J. Richard Blewitt
Managing Director, is the co-head of the Securitized Asset Investment Team within BlackRock's Fixed Income Portfolio Management Group。 Prior to joining BlackRock in 2009, Mr. Blewitt was a Partner and head of Securitization with R3 Capital Partners. From 2007 to 2008, he was with Lehman Brothers, most recently as a Managing Director and head of Securitization and Insurance Product Investments for the Global Principal Strategies team, focused on derivatives and structured products. From 2001 to 2007, he was a Managing Director and Global Head of Distribution for the Global Structured Products Group and co-head of New York MBS/ABS sales at Bank of America Securities. From 1999 to 2001, Mr. Blewitt was Chief Strategic Officer for Creditex, a credit derivatives exchange platform. He was also Director of the Board for Loanx, an associated secondary loan trading platform. Prior to this, Mr. Blewitt spent seven years with J.P. Morgan as a Vice President in Structured Finance and co-head of the Insurance and Pension Derivatives Group. His early career included positions at PaineWebber and First Fidelity Bank in sales/trading and credit analysis roles. Mr. Blewitt earned a BS degree in finance from Lehigh University in 1985, and an MBA degree in finance/international business from the Stern School of Business at New York University in 1992.
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